“Client Had ‘Disposable Income and a Zealous Interest in Litigating’”

by Walter Olson on March 26, 2010

And a train wreck results, after a Massachusetts lawyer “allowed the client to dictate a misguided strategy involving excessive and improper discovery requests that did not materially advance the client’s cases but did generate large hourly-based fees for the respondent.” [Legal Profession Blog]

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1 James 03.26.10 at 4:48 pm

Clients dictating misguided strategies would be nothing new in the world of litigation.

I would really like to see the discovery requests that led to fees alleged to be in the neighborhood of $700,000.

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